Inclusive Communication in Action: Lessons from Industry Experts
June 20th, 10am PST / 1pm EST
Inclusive communication at work takes many forms. There are the company-wide communications often crafted by HR/EX teams, the one-on-one conversations between managers and employees, and everything in between.
Last year Pyn released our Guide to Inclusive and Equitable Workplace Communications, an in-depth exploration of how to craft more inclusive and equitable comms from the perspective of company-wide communications.
This webinar builds on that work to explore inclusive employee comms from additional perspectives. Pyn’s Head of Employee Experience and Inclusive Comms Guide author, Stacey Nordwall will host a discussion with speakers from ThinkHuman, Officevibe, and Power to Fly.
Our partners bring unique points of view on how to support inclusive comms for company management and leadership, when engaging with employees, and hiring diverse talent.
You’ll leave the session with a deeper understanding of how to create a culture of inclusive communication at your company by working across the HR function.
Head of Employee Experience, Pyn
Stacey Nordwall is the Head of Employee Experience at Pyn. She has an MA with Honors in Counseling Psychology from St. Mary’s College of California and a BA in Psychology and Communication from Stanford University. She is passionate about creating inclusive workplaces where people can thrive and helping People teams evolve to meet the new world of work.
HR Expert & Researcher, Officevibe
Julie’s life’s mission is to help organizations understand the value of placing their people at the heart of their strategy and business. Her background, research, and innate curiosity give her a unique perspective on day-to-day team challenges and the ever-evolving world of work.
Global DEI Impact Manager, PowerToFly
Zara Chaudary (she/her) is a Global DEIB Impact Manager at PowerToFly. The mission of empowering and uplifting underrepresented talent resonates deeply with her on a personal level as she is a fierce advocate for underrepresented employees forever pushing for equitable changes and never settling for the status quo, no matter the risk.
Aja M. Smith
Executive Leadership Coach & Community Catalyst, ThinkHuman
Aja (pronounced ‘Asia’) is a leadership education specialist and certified life coach. She is backed by over a decade of experience as a teacher, supervisor, coach, and mentor to professionals from all socio-economic backgrounds and experience-levels, guiding them toward defining their passions, discovering their authentic strengths, and awakening the purpose-driven leader within. Aja also specializes in leadership development coaching and JEDI consulting (Justice; Equity; Diversity; Inclusion) for teams in corporate, creative, entertainment, and educational settings. She is a mission-driven professional with expertise in talent acquisition, program management, employee engagement, community relations, and staff training/development for startups and small-midsize companies.